Bringing Rosie Home by Loree Lough: As stated in the blurb above, it is every parents’ worst nightmare to have a child abducted. This is something I do not wish on any parent.
I’ll Be Home for Christmas by Debbie Macomber, Sherryl Woods and Brenda Novak: This is a lovely collection of holiday themed stories! My two favorites were Silver Bells by Debbie Macomber, and the Perfect Holiday by Sherryl Woods. I must confess i had difficulty getting into the story On a Snowy […]
A Time to Heal by Linda Goodnight is a novel about second chances and forgiveness, is a beautiful read. I didn’ t realize it was actually released nearly ten years ago, as it showed up as a new release on t he Harlequin site when I requested to read and review.
His Baby Dilemma by Catherine Lanigan was not an easy book to “get into”, I must confess- simply because it is number nine in a series, of which I had not read any of the others. However, the author is a talented writer, and I wanted to give this book a […]
Belle by Sarah Price (An Amish Retelling of Beauty and the Beast) was so heartwarming and charming that I stayed up a good part of the night reading! I could not put it down! Sarah Price is a talented storyteller to be able to weave an Amish novel that is […]
Christmas on the Ranch touched a chord in me, as a large theme of the story is about forgiveness. And right now with the holiday of Yom Kippur approaching, in the middle of what the Jewish faith calls the “10 days of awe”, it is a time of reflection, seeking […]
The Quilting Circle by Amy Lillard is a delightful collection of three originally released stand alone stories: More than Friendship, More than a Promise and More than Marriage. Upon starting The Quilting Circle, I realized I had previously read these stories, and actually had reviewed each as a stand alone. […]
Sound of Fear by Marta Perry Marta Perry is such a talented writer, and I can never put her books down until I have read the very last page. Sound of Fear was no exception! The character of Amanda is so well developed and so realistic, it is easy to […]
Her Amish Christmas Sweetheart by Rebecca Kertz; It was such a treat to read another Amish story set in Happiness, by Rebecca Kertz, and to be “reacquainted” with characters from her earlier series. “Her Amish Christmas Sweetheart” takes place with the holiday season approaching, and Peter and Meg are asked […]
A Boy’s Christmas Wish by Patricia Johns is a truly touching and appropriate pre holiday read, with its’ themes of forgiveness and fresh starts, and the things we do for our family out of love. Beth returns to her west Canadian hometown on the verge of delivering her child, and […]